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Want to enjoy a lake vacation in Oregon? You’ve got hundreds of beautiful destinations in Oregon to choose from, including stunning lakes in the Cascade Mountains to those that are along the Pacific coast. In fact, there are about 1,400 named lakes in this lush state. Any of these rentals are sure to make for a fun escape whether you’re just looking to relax and enjoy the scenery or get out and play.
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This two-bedroom home for up to four guests boasts a stunning 180-degree view of Woahink Lake from its upper level and includes a 40′ private deck, sand beach, jet ski ramp and grill for cookouts. Look forward to a wealth of activities on and off the water from fishing, wakeboarding, and swimming to sailing, kayaking, SUP, hikes and buggy rides on the dunes. The home itself includes all the usual comforts like a full kitchen, cable TV, Wi-Fi, and a washer/dryer.
Located on 640 forested acres bordering Tumalo Lake just a short drive from Bend, this romantic and luxurious cabin sleeps up to five guests in two bedrooms is surrounded on all sides by the Deschutes National Forest with endless trails for hiking, biking, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. It includes a swimming dock, kayaks, canoes, paddleboards, snowshoes, horseshoes and corn hole games along with a fire pit for gathering around afterward. You’ll also have a private hot tub, a living area with a wood-burning stove and huge windows with magnificent lake views.
A four-bedroom cabin ideal for birdwatchers, this one comes with its own private pebble beach, set along the shores of Klamath Lake just a short drive from historic Klamath Falls. It accommodates up to eight guests in five bedrooms and brings opportunities for canoeing, paddleboarding and fishing, with canoes and paddleboards included. Enjoy cookouts on the propane or charcoal grill while enjoying views of the lake, a huge kitchen, and entertainment like Ping Pong, board games, and a pool table. There’s also a fireplace with wood supplied, ideal for cozying up to with a glass of wine.
Bear Creek Cottage comes with a long deck that stretches along the entire front of the house and by walking to a short flight of stairs you’ll be at your own private seasonal dock for enjoying your days at Wallowa Lake. It includes three bedrooms, sleeping up to six, with the master bedroom featuring a sliding glass door that opens onto a deck overlooking the lake. Just off the master, there’s a deep soaking tub for relaxing after a day of play. In the living room, there’s a cozy propane stove and a huge flat-screen TV with a DVD player for movie nights.
The View sits at the north end of Wallowa Lake in northeast Oregon offering jaw-dropping views of the water and the mountains – and, thanks to the many windows that view can be enjoyed from nearly every room inside and out. It includes three bedrooms, accommodating up to six guests along with amenities like a fireplace, flat-screen TV, Wi-Fi, a washer/dryer, and a seasonal propane BBQ.
Nestled in the high desert of Central Oregon, this three-bedroom home sits on 20 unspoiled acres north of Prineville surrounded on three sides by undeveloped Bureau of Land Management public forest. You’ll enjoy unobstructed views of Prineville Reservoir, volcanic rock formations, and the mountains that stretch out as far as the eye can see. Wildlife is in abundance here too, including deer, hawks, and eagles that you can watch for from the porch. The starry night’s skies are incredible too with the Milky Way often coming into view. It also includes a full kitchen, a living room area with a fireplace, cable TV, Wi-Fi, and a washer/dryer. From the master bedroom, step out onto the patio deck to sip your morning coffee or evening beverages. Other notable features are a seasonal fire pit, BBQ grill, and darts.
Just a minute walk to Siltcoos Lake, this peaceful lakeside retreat offers views from all three bedrooms, the living room, and patio along with scenic views of the Siuslaw National forest and mountains. It accommodates up to 8 guests providing easy access to some of the best fishing along the central Oregon coast. Swimming, rowing, and paddling are all possible or you can just relax and enjoy the scenery. Inside, you’ll have a fully-stocked kitchen, a washer/dryer, and Wi-Fi. There’s also an area for outdoor dining, including a table with seating for six and a grill.
This four-bedroom home at Pine Hollow reservoir offers year-round fishing in the well-stocked lake from July 1st through Labor Day. Bring your toys, including wakeboards, wave runners, and water skis or rent gear nearby at the resort. A paddleboat and two kayaks are included for free. You’ll have a floating dock, lakefront, a sandy beach, hammock, and fire pit right in your own backyard. Inside there’s a full kitchen that includes a margarita machine, a living room with a large fireplace, a cable TV with a DVD player and a video library too.
Located on Lake Lytle just a five-minute walk from the ocean, this private, forested Rockaway Beach vacation home is ideal for those who can’t decide between a lake or an ocean getaway as it offers both. The charming downtown area of Rockaway Beach is just a few minutes away and when you get back from enjoying it all you can take in the views of the lake from the covered front porch. Or, cozy up to the wood stove and watch movies with a flat-screen TV, DVD player, DirecTV, and WiFi all included. There’s a kitchen that includes all you need for cooking your own meals while enjoying lake views, an outdoor dining area, and a porch with a gas BBQ for cookouts.
This beautiful lodge-style cabin is just 10 minutes from Crescent Lake with four lakes, mountain hikes, and a ski resort all within a 30-minute drive. Crater Lake National Park can easily be reached for day trips about an hour away. You’ll be able to come back to a beautiful space that includes a living area with a wood-burning stove, Smart TV, and panoramic windows showcasing the forest and mountain views. The kitchen features high-end appliances and you’ll have a second living room with a TV and entertainment system, a collection of DVDs, board games, and more.
Located along the north end of Wallowa Lake, this retreat offers two bedrooms for up to six guests, providing serene views of the lake and surrounding mountains. It’s right across the street from the beach and boat lunch while providing all you need for a comfortable stay, including a well-equipped kitchen with an espresso machine. There’s an outdoor patio for relaxing with a lake view, a wood-burning stove in the living room, TV, Wi-Fi, and a washer/dryer too.
This large three-bedroom custom log cabin includes a main house with 1550 square feet and two bedrooms, plus a separate two-car garage with a loft above that has 1300 square feet of space for the kids along with toys, games, and books. It’s located in the Diamond Peaks area, within a few minutes of both Crescent and Odell Lakes while boasting magnificent mountain views. It provides plenty of room for outdoor entertaining with a large paver patio area that includes a grill and fire pit too.
This waterfront cabin sits along Upper Klamath Lake Bay on a 2-acre property shared with a historic lodge. From the front deck, furnished for outdoor dining, you can enjoy the lake views and watch for wildlife that includes over 450 bird species with frequent sightings of eagles. The lake itself is inhabited by good-sized wild trout, with 8+ pounders not uncommon, making it a great spot for fly fishing. Watch them jump while enjoying your coffee and then perhaps take advantage of the miles of canoe and kayaking trails that traverse the marsh. You’ll have all the essentials inside too like Wi-Fi, cable TV, and a full kitchen.
Decorated “vintage traveler style,” The Hideaway is a one-bedroom home that overlooks Hidden Lake, set just a few feet from the shore. You can bring your fishing gear and cast your line right from the deck or just sit back, relax and watch all the wildlife, including deer, bald eagles, great blue herons, and river otters. As it’s all part of a farm you’ll be able to meet up with farm animals too. The home accommodates up to four guests and includes TVs in the living room and bedroom, Wi-Fi, movies, games, and a washer/dryer.